Revascularization for prevention of stroke in patients with symptomatic carotid near‐occlusion: how is its potential benefit determined?

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Abstract

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE:

The risk of recurrent stroke amongst patients with symptomatic carotid near-occlusion (SCNO) has not been clearly established, and its management remains controversial. The aim was to define the 24-month risk of recurrent stroke and to analyse the effect of the different treatment modalities (medical treatment and revascularization) in a population of patients with SCNO. 

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